A Tool for Working with Many Patches

Quilt allows you to easily manage large numbers of patches by keeping
track of the changes each patch makes. Patches can be applied,
un-applied, refreshed, and more.

Quilt originally was based on Andrew Morton's patch scripts found at
http://www.zip.com.au/~akpm/linux/patches/.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
edit-01-test-file-creation.patch 0000001377 1.34 KB about 5 years
edit-02-call-remove-not-revert.patch 0000001329 1.3 KB about 5 years
edit-03-fix-corner-case.patch 0000002619 2.56 KB about 5 years
expand.diff 0000008468 8.27 KB about 8 years
patch-wrapper-rpm.diff 0000002189 2.14 KB over 5 years
quilt-0.64.tar.bz2 0000354564 346 KB about 5 years
quilt-support-vimdiff.patch 0000001445 1.41 KB over 5 years
quilt.changes 0000052877 51.6 KB about 5 years
quilt.spec 0000004581 4.47 KB about 5 years
suse-start-quilt-mode.el 0000000216 216 Bytes almost 13 years
suse-workaround-pseudo-release.patch 0000000845 845 Bytes about 5 years
translation-fixes-01.patch 0000005357 5.23 KB about 5 years
translation-fixes-02.patch 0000000878 878 Bytes about 5 years
translation-fixes-03.patch 0000024664 24.1 KB about 5 years
translation-fixes-04.patch 0000007602 7.42 KB about 5 years
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